They are one of TOWIE ’s most famous families, but now the Sims sisters hope to go global with the launch of a new series with OnlyFans.
The reported £1 million contract will see Chloe, 40, and her two sisters, Frankie, 27 and Demi, 25, create OnlyFans accounts – posting Instagram -style content only with no explicit pictures.
Part of the deal includes a new reality TV show, which has a working title of House of Sims, that includes her siblings, including brother Charlie, 30.
Insiders say the new production could turn the sisters into Kim, Kourtney and Khloe as they attempt to take the US by storm.
A source told Closer : “The girls have been back and forth to LA a few times over the years and have had meetings with some high-profile TV executives.”
According to the source, the sisters are “incredibly ambitious” and have “made no secret” to wanting to move to the US to bag a hit show over there.
The single mum to daughter Madison, who has also appeared on the hit- ITV show, joined the series in 2011 alongside her cousins Joey and Frankie Essex, cementing her position as the longest-running cast member, until now.
Her sister Demi joined the show in 2018 and a year later little sister Frankie joined for TOWIE ’s 25th season.
The insider claims that towards the end of Chloe’s time on the show she had felt that things had been “getting very stale” for a while and that she’d been on the hunt for a new project.
They say it was “no surprise” that she opted for the new OnlyFans opportunity after hitting 40-years-old and realising she needed to change things up.
The sisters reportedly agreed that they would “do better on their own platform” as a family where they could “shine”.
With filming thought to be commencing within weeks, the programme is thought to be airing for free on the app.
Publicity shots, resembling that of Keeping Up With The Kardashians marketing, have already been released and show the family decked out in leather outfits.
Chloe said that the show is a “different concept” and in no way resembles The Only Way is Essex.
“We’re proud to be The Sims, but being compared to The Kardashians all the time is a big compliment to us as a family.
“We want to see where this new show can take us, and plan to go global,” she told Closer.